How To Prepare For Student Life

Preparing for university for the first time is one of those things that leave people a little lost and not knowing where to start. Once you get your acceptance offer, it’s often full steam ahead and you’ll want to make inroads into preparation for the university year ahead. How To Prepare For Student Life So, let’s take a look at some of the things to do to get you on the straight and narrow and get prepped for going...

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Fresh Out Of College? What You Need To Know About Resume Writing

Graduating college can be an exciting experience, but it also means that you now have to ditch the frat parties and enter the real world. Before you can call yourself a working professional, though, you have to get a job, and you can’t get a job without a resume. Some recent college grads wonder what exactly to put on their resume to make them stand out. While you do have the education, you may be lacking the real-world...

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The Complete Guide to Mobile Phone Security

Of the 93% of adults in South Africa use a mobile phone, almost one quarter (24%) have fallen victim to cyber crime (source: Norton Cyber Crime Report). Meanwhile, UK data reveals that children and young adults are the most vulnerable group. As a student, you can see how important it is to protect your mobile – and the precious data it contains. The Complete Guide to Mobile Phone Security This article offers simple, actionable...

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Disabled Student Allowance And Needs Assessed Funding

Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) can be applied for by higher education students who live in England, provided they have any of the following: a disability, a mental health condition, health problems that are long-term, or a particular learning difficulty – for instance, dyslexia. Disabled Student Allowance And Needs Assessed Funding DSAs are paid out following a needs assessment. Any money provided is not related to an...

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Tips To Stretch Your Student Budget

According to The Guardian your living costs as a student will be in the region of pound;7,000 a year (more if you study in London), according to government figures, although some universities suggest a minimum budget of pound;8,000. Of course there are scholarships available to students who come from families on very low incomes and most students end up getting a part time job. A separate article also from The Guardian says that four...

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